style, he's a very bombastic leader of the bank. but also i think it's important a couple other things to that, one, in his prepared testimony, wolf, he said this is an isolated incident. you look back at other banks these sorts of things have happened at, massive trading losses, every ceo without fail says it's an isolated incident, yet it keeps happening. $2 billion, $4 billion, $6 billion, not big, but jamie dimon didn't know this problem was there. this bank is no longer too big to fail, but too big to bailout, could have these sorts of things happening. could be bigger than this one. is there a risk we don't know? it doesn't seem that the financial reform, volcker rule or not, would even come close to preventing that sort of risk. that's systemic risk that could bring down the system. which i think is scary. he didn't address that. when he said it was isolated, it stood out to me. jpmorgan is 50% bigger than it was before the financial crisis. it's much bigger than big then.